"All those who have illegally entered France must return to their countries," (Olivier Poivre d'Arvor) | Tunisia News Gazette

“All those who have illegally entered France must return to their countries,” (Olivier Poivre d’Arvor)

All those who have illegally entered France must return to their countries, said France’s Ambassador to Tunisia Olivier Poivre d’Arvor on Monday.

He firmly stressed during a meeting with the press following French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit last week to Tunisia, that we do not want young Tunisians to be working in France in poor conditions, pointing out the importance to regulate and control migration.

As for the right to asylum, he explained that files of asylum seekers who consider that they can no longer live in their countries are promptly examined.

As regards legal migration, d’Arvor said that the French consular services in Tunisia register each year between 180 and 190 thousand visa applications with a 90% acceptance rate.

We seek to facilitate the mobility of intellectual, academic, journalistic, artistic and cultural, professions, he indicated.

Source: TAP News Agency

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